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Equine Science B.Tech.
Course DescriptionAdv. Equine Specialization I
This is the first of three intense courses in a specific concentration (hunt seat, western, or draft/driving). Advanced principles and practices of breaking, training and management will be emphasized. students will help manage the horses and facilities in the particular area of concentration. Prerequisites: ERID 255 or 260 or 170 with a minimum grade of B and ESCI 130 with a B or better and permission of instructor 4 credits (1 lecture hour and 9 laboratory hours), fall or spring semester